I have always wondered how the wonderful souls at Darul Mustafa in the blessed land of Tareem spend their Ramadhan. Today my curiosity has been answered. Alhamdulillah! Please click on the link below:
Some of you may already be familiar with their practices, but few things they do are new to me. That they take time to bathe before Terawih prayers and they perform four rakaat sunnah Tasbih prayers after the two rakaat sunnah Maghrib prayers. By doing so they will have qualified for a big bonus as what the Prophet has informed us: The one who prays 6 rakaat after Maghrib has the reward of 12 years of worship.
For many of us in Malaysia, time seems very short before and after Iftar. People would rush home after work and dash to the nearest Ramadan Bazaar where you'll see people using all ten fingers to carry dozens of packed foods. LOL. If one intends to go to the mosque for Isha and Terawih prayers, then one has got to be super quick. There's not much time to clean the dishes. And if one were to sit a little longer at the dinner table to enjoy the tonnes of food bought at the Ramadan Bazaar, then that's bad news. LOL.
Here's a prayer to recite after sunnah Tasbih. As a matter of fact, it's a good prayer to reflect upon anytime.